Fatimah Loren Muhammad is a psychotherapist with a specialization in trauma among adults, adolescents, and communities of color. She has a master’s degree in counseling psychology and global mental health, from William James College, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as a graduate researcher at the Harvard Program for Refugee Trauma. Fatimah has a knack for building bridges among communities that don't typically work together. In 2009, she was invited by then-President Bill Clinton to speak about her work addressing community poverty, and the following year she was awarded Philadelphia’s Social Transformation Award for her work organizing and using art for community transformation.